Pressure signatures for a 0.0041-scale model of a space shuttle orbiter were measured in a wind tunnel at Mach numbers from 1.30 to 3.02. The model was tested at 10 deg and 25 deg angle of attack and roll angles were varied from 0 deg to 180 deg in 30 deg increments. Comparisons of sonic boom levels were made for a delta wing configuration and for the space shuttle orbiter which were assumed to have identical lengths and entry trajectories. The sonic boom levels for the orbiter were slightly higher than those for the delta wing orbiter. An example is presented showing that the existing data base for the delta wing orbiter can be used to predict the ground level sonic booms for the orbiter.